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3,440 Nigerian students convicted for fraud in 2022: —EFCC chairman



The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has revealed that so far it has secured convictions of 3,440 Nigerian students for financial and cyber crimes across the country from January to November 2022.

The EFCC chairman Abdulrashid Bawa made this known while speaking at the opening of a workshop on Financial Crimes Reporting on Thursday.

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Mr Bawa noted that the commission would work to enforce the Electoral Act as the 2023 general elections approach.

“In terms of prosecution of cases in court, I am glad to inform you that, between January and November 25 this year, EFCC recorded 3,440 convictions. The potentials for improvement are good as more ongoing cases are concluded in the remaining four weeks of the year,” he said.

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